The Body and Golf
Agonist and Antagonist Activity of Muscles in the Golfer
As rule when a muscle contracts over a joint, an opposing muscle relaxes and extends.
The muscle contracting and producing the movement is known as the "Agonist" and the muscle opposing and extending is known as the "Antagonist".
An example in the right handed golf swing
Introduction | The Golf Fitness System Level 1
The Golf Fitness System Level 2 | Training for Golf | The Body and Golf
"Get Fit for Golf" books - Part 1 and Part 2 | Club Golfer CD
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